Dinner Lady short fill e liquid

Operating out of Blackburn in Lancashire, Vape Dinner Lady e-liquids have already become one of the most popular brands in the UK today. Trading on a combination of wistful nostalgia and unique, high-quality flavours these innovative e-liquids are multiple award winners in the vaping industry, with distributors across more than 80 countries. An ideal choice for any vaping enthusiast on the look-out for something a little bit different from their regular juice.

High-quality juice

Dinner Lady are not content with simply producing unusual flavours. Every e-liquid that comes from their development team is of the highest quality, using only the best PG, VG, and nicotine as their base, and well-researched and trusted ingredients to produce their one-of-a-kind flavour combinations.

Flavours to savour

Dinner Lady e-liquids fall into four flavour categories – tobacco, fruit, dessert, and tuck shop. The first are what you’d expect from most high-end juice companies: quality flavours from interesting blends. It is the last two where Dinner Lady really shine. The dessert section includes such favourites as Blackberry Crumble, and Strawberry Custard, all robust flavours combining sweetness and tartness. Over in the tuck shop, you can relive the taste of the playground with Apple Sours, Lemon Sherbert, and their bubblegum flavoured Bubble Trouble.

Know your options

Of course, it’s not just flavour where you get a wide range of options to choose from. Dinner Lady e-liquids are also available in a number of different strengths. You can go for the 50ml short fill bottles. These base liquids contain no nicotine of their own but are easy to mix with nicotine shots or nic salts to a strength you’re happy with. Dinner Lady’s own nic salts come in a 10ml bottle, with a powerful 20mg strength. All e-liquids in the Dinner Lady range are available to purchase through the F&S E-Cig online store, as well as F&S Central London vape shops.

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